Discourse, circa 19 July 1840, as Reported by Martha Jane Knowlton Coray–A

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it is wisdom in God that the as fast as for conveinient should come up and we should enter into as compact a city as possible. we are not grea[t]ly distressed nor ever will be— a appointed— this is the principle place of The[r]efore as many as can come let the Brethren begin to roll in like clouds we will sell you lots and if you cant pay for them you shall [have] them whosoever will come let them come and partake of the poverty of freely and those who who partake of our poverty shall [be?] [p. [12]]
it is wisdom in God that the as fast as conveinient should come up and we should enter into as compact a city as possible. we are not greatly distressed nor ever will be— a appointed— this is the principle place of Therefore as many as can come let the Brethren begin to roll in like clouds we will sell you lots and if you cant pay for them you shall [have] them whosoever will come let them come and partake of the poverty of freely and those who partake of our poverty shall [be] [p. [12]]
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